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EDWARD BULL CLAPP

WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MERRILL

HERBERT CHESTER NUTTING

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Cited as Univ. Calif. Publ. Class. Phil.

INDEX.*

Accius 308 R», t225 note.

Ade8|>ota, 10.

Afffxfi^^ ripol^Kov, given Athenian citizenship, 151.

Alcaeus, 2, 9.

Alcaic strophe (Horace), 175.

Alcman, 2, 9.

Amphictyons, Board of, 139.

Anacreon, 9.

Antigonis, established, 141.

Antigonis and Demetrias, abroga- tion of, 142.

Antipatros, archon, date of, 140, 153.

Archons, Athenian, chronological list, 132.

Ariphron, 34.

Arrheneides, archon, date of, 140, 153.

Asklepios, catalogue of dedications, 169; first dedication by the to, 147; priests of, chronological list, 131; priests of, official se- quence, 144.

Athens, before Chremonidean War, 170; change of government in, 149; eleven tribes in, 142; fall of, 154; Macedonian money in, 147; reclections of magis- trates, 139; war with Aratos, 158, 159.

Attalis, creation of, 142.

Attic coins, old style of abandoned, 148.

Bacchylides, 9; hiatus in, 1.

Bendis, duplication of cult, 157.

Bopp, F., influence on language study, 95.

Caecilius 221 R*, 222 note.

Charikles, archon, date of, 161.

Charinos, archon, date of, 150.

Chremoniiiean War, date of, 139, 170.

Cicero, Ad Att. ii, 18, 3, 57.

—Arch. 7, 17, 68.

Caecil, 13, 43, 68 note. Caecil, 19, 62, 68 note.

Div. i, 24, 48, 212 note.

Imp. Pomp. 17, 50, 68 note.

Lael. 27, 104, 6S,

—Mil. 27, 72, 68 note.

—Pis. 33, 81, 68 note.

Prov. Cons. 14, 35, 68 note.

Prov. Cons. 20, 47, 68 note. —Sulla 13, 38, 67.

Sulla 30, 83, 68 note. Tull. 15, 36, 68 note. Vcrr. ii, 1, 27, 70, 68 note. Verr. ii, 1, 59, 154, 75. Verr. ii, 2, 6, 15, 68 note. Verr. ii, 2, 40, 99, 68 note. Verr. ii, 3, 13, 32, 68 note. Verr. ii, 3, 40, 91, 68 note. Verr. ii 3, 72, 169, 68 note. Verr. ii, 4, 51, 114, 68 note. Clapp, K. B., Hiatus in Greek

Melic Poetry, 1-34. (Comparative grammar, 95. Concessive sentences, intensive, 40, 43, 44; simple, 37, 43, 44; with indicative apodosis, 66. Concessive si-clauses, in Plautus,

35-49. Conscription in Athens, abandon- ment of, 163. Corinna, 3, 10. Demetrias, established, 141. Demetrias and Antigonis, abroga- tion of, 142. Diagoras of Melos, 10. Digamma, 2.

Digammated words, in Homer, 8; in other authors, 10; in Pindar, 3. Diogeiton, archon, date of, 167. Diomedon, archon, date of, 155. Kkphantos, archon, date of, 159. Eleven -syllable Alcaic (Horace),

175. Elision,, in Horace's Alcaic strophe,

192. Ephebes in 305/4, 164, 170. Ephebe lists, 162. Ephebe system, made voluntary,

166. Erinna, 10. Etiam si, 45-46. Etsi, 43-44.

Eubulos, archon, date of, 149, 169. EifviKlStis 'AXoteiJs, priest of As- klepios, 146. Ferguson, W. S., The Priests of Asklepios (A new Method of Dating Athenian Archons), 131-173. Ulaukippos, archon, date of, 156.

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Index.

Grimm, J., inilueiice on language study, 95.

Hiatus, after a diphthong or long vowel, 14-3:^; after a short vowel, 32-34; apparent, 3-14; in Bacchjlides, 1; in Greek Melie Poetry, 1-34; in Homer,

I, 2; in Pindar, 1; (inter- verse), 192; relative frequency in Greek authors, 2.

Historical grammar, 96.

Homer, 27; digammated words in,

8; hiatus in, 1. Horace, Alcaic strophe in, 175. Horace, Carm. i, 1, 2, 119; 1, 27,

119; 2, 9, 119; 3, 22, 119; 3,

24, 119; 3, 30, 119; 4, 1, 120; 4,5, 120; 7, 7, 120; 7, 15, 120; 7, 16, 120; 8, 10, 120; 8, 14, 120; 11, 2, 120; 11, 5, 120;

II, 7, 120; 12, 3, 120; 13, 12, 120; 16, 8, 120; 22, 17, 120; 22, 21, 120; 24, 2, 120; 26 (whole ode), 124; 26, 2, 120; 26, 6, 120; 28 (whole ode), 124; 28, 2, 121; 28, 5, 121; 28, 7, 121; 28, 16, 121; 28, 18, 121; 28, 19, 121; 31, 8, 121; 34 (whole ode), 124; 34, 2, 121; 34,5, 121; 23, 12, 121;

—Carm. u, 1, 17, 121 ; 1, 30, 121 ;

3, 1, 122; o, 12, 122; 6, 14, 122; 6, 21, 122; 7, 18, 122; 8, 10, 122; 9, 3, 122; 10, 9, 122;

10, 18, i22; 11, 13, 122; 13, 13, 122; 14, 11, 122; 14, 15, 122; 14, 18, 122; 14, 21, 122; 16 (whole ode), 124; 16, 2, 122; 16, 9, 122; 16, 13, 122; 16, 17, 122; 16, 19, 122; 16,

22, 123; 18, 1, 123; 20, 21, 123*

Carm.'iii, 1, 10, 123; 1, 41, 123;

2, 29, 123; 3, 49, 123; 11, 19,

123; 17, 12, 123; 27, 10, 133;

28 (whole ode), 124; 28, 4,

123; Carm. iv. 3 (whole ode), 129; 3,

4, 128; 3, 18, 124, 128; 3, 22, 128; 4, 13, 128; 4, 24, 128; 4, 63, 128; 5, 29, 128; 7, 9, 128; 7, 14, 125, 128; 9, 5, 128; 9,

25, 128; 10 (whole ode), 128;

11, 6, 128; 11, 11, 128; 13, 20, 128; 14, 6, 128; 14, 28, 128;

Carmen Saeculare, 127.

Epode 2, 7, 118; 2, 13, 118; 2,

23, 118; 2, 41, 118; 2, 46, 118;

4, 14, 118; 6,6, 118; 9, 1,119; 9, 20, 119; 11, 2, 119; 13, 14, 119; 14, 13, 119; 16, 31, 119; 16, 48, 119; 16, 54, 119; 17, 66y 119; —Sat. i, 1, 13, 111; 1, 23, 111; 1, 25, 111; 1,28, 112; 1, 50, 112;

1, 64, 112; 1, 68, 112; 1, 70, 112; 1, 98, 112; 1, 117, 112; 1, 121, 113; 2, 8, 113; 2,32, 113; 2,56, 113; 2, 104, 113; 2, 119; 113; 2, 133, 113; 3, 14, 113; 3, 26, 113; 3, 38-52, 113; 3, 40, 114; 3, 45, 114; 3, 56, 114; 3, 66, 114; 3, 98, 114; 3, 98-112, 114; 3, 99, 114; 3, 100, 114; 3, 101, 114; 3, 103, 114; 3, 105, 114; 3, 108, 114; 3, 109, 114;

3, 110, 114; 3, 111, 114; 3, 112, 114; 4, 76, 115; 4, 87, 115;

4, 105, 115; 4, 106, 115; 5, 73, 115; 5, 101, 115; 5, 102, 115;

6, 4, 115; 6, 18, 115; 8, 10, 115; 8, 46, 115; 9, 24, 115; 9, 34, 115; 10, 49, 115;

—Sat. ii, 1, 17, 116; 1, 25, 116; 1, 52, 116; 1, 77, 116; 2, 17, 116;

2, 28, 116; 2, 83, 116; 2, 88, 116; 2, 104, 116; 2, 105, 116;

3, 49, 116; 3, 91, 117; 3, 95, 116; 3, 141, 117; 3, 153, 117; 3, 191, 117; 8, 193, 117; 3, 199, 117; 3, 200, 117; 3, 269, 117; 3, 283, 117; 4, 90, 117; 4, 94, 117; 6, 1, 117; 6, 59, 117; 6, 61, 117; 6, 101, 117, 126; 7, 28, 117; 7,49, 117; 7, 81, 118;

7, 90, 118; 7, 105, 118; 8, 51, 118; 8, 75, 118;

Epist. i, 1, 18, 124; 1, 42, 124; 1, 52, 124; 1, 65, 124; 1, 82, 124; 2, 31, 124; 2, 40, 124; 2, 47, 124; 2, 54, 114, 125; 2, 56, 125; 3, 19, 125; 4, 16, 125; 6,

I, 125; 6, 3, 125; 6, 4, 125; 6,

II, 125; 6, 24, 125; 6, 27, 125; 7, 8, 125; 7, 24, 125; 7, 77, 125; 7, 84, 125; 8, 12, 125; 10, 7, 125; 11, 10, 125; 11, 21, 126; 11, 27, 126; 11, 29, 126; 12, 2, 1::6; 12, 1^, 126; 12, 15, 126; 12, 16, 126; 14, 8, 126; 14, 12, 126; 14, 13. 126; 14, 14, 126; 14, 22, 126; 14, 26, 124. 126; 14, 35, 126; 18, 9, 126; IS, 71, 126; 18, 108, 126; 19, 21, 126; 19, 44, 126;

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Index.

Epiat ii, 1, 8, 127; 1, 11, 127; 1,

13, 127; 1, 101, 127; 2, 32,

127; 2, 58, 127; 2, 125, 127;

2, 135, 127; 2, 138, 127; 2,

151, 127; 2, io9, 127; 2, 175,

127; 2, 207, 127; 2, 213, 127; Ars Poetica, 49, 129; 61, 129;

70, 129; 111, 129; 173, 129;

359, 129; 393, 129; 467, 129; Ibycus of Khcgium, 10. Ictus, in Horace's Alcaic strophe,

193. Indefiiiite 2nd sin^ilar, 82. Indo-European languages, 95. In8<*riptiones Oraecae ii, 310, 151;

ii, Add. Nov. 373 b, 138. 140;

ii, Add. Nov. 567 b, 140; ii,

766, 138, 145; ii, Add. Nov.

766 b, 145; ii, 767, 145; ii,

835, 146, 148; ii, S36, 138;

ii, 859, 167: ii', 178 b, 138;

ii^ 251 b, 164; ii\ 371 c, 166;

ii*, 373 c, 158; ii\ 385 e, 496

c, and ii Add. 453 b, 168. Isaios, archoii, date of, 141. Jason, arclifui, date of, 154. Junggramnintiker, 103. KalliniedevS, arclion, date of, 155. Kinion F, archon, date of, 159, 166. Kimon IF, archon, <late of, 159, 166. Kh^antlics, headsliip of, 154. KX€t7[^Ki7t], 8ecr«*tary in 276/5, 149. Kleoniachos, archon, <late of, 155. Lucretius, Book i. 8, 122, 128; 14,

128; 19, 126; 36. 112; 72, 126;

74, 121; 84-100, 117; 127, 126;

138, 129: 200, 119; 211, 112;

228, 117; 257, 122; 259, 118;

275, 122: 276, 121; 30.5, 120;

311, 116; 318, 128; .326. 120;

414, 116; 422, 114; 474, 119;

6.39, 127; 641, 127; 656, 121;

6S0, IIS; 923, 119; 926, 126;

927. 12M22; 928, 117, 120;

929, 115; 936, 111; 947, 127;

1031, 121; 1114, 125; Book ii, 1, 125; 7, 123; 8, 122;

10. 116; 11, 123; 17, 116; 27,

123; 29, 118; 30, 122, 126; 34.

123, 124; 37. 122; .39. 127; 49,

123; 50, lis; L'64. 126; 314.

117, 128; 413, 122; -130. IIS;

582. 117; 636. 120; 643. 119;

646, 115; 703, 116; 831. 117;

918. 121; 927. 112; 1031, 121;

1040, 125; 1104, 123; 1167,

129; 1170, 125; 1172, 117;

Book iii, 2, 118, 128; 4, 117, 126; 21, 128; 36, 128; 62, 122; 65, 124; 69, 115; 71, 121; 218, 112; 371, 113; 424, 112; 449, 115; 481, 111; 569, 127; 581, 123; 785, 119; 830, 129; 847, 125; 871, 117; 894, 122; 897, 119; 904, 126; 915, 120; 938, 112, 127; 939, 113, 126; 941, 113; 955, 123; 959, 113; 962, 126, 127; 969, 129; 971, 127; 981, 112; 992, 122; 1003, 113; 1025, 117, 125, 128; 1026, 116; 1027, 118, 121; 1028, 115; 10,34, 116; 1035, 122; 1037, 128, 129; 1038, 129; 1045, 127; 1049, 120; 1052, 117; 1058, 124; 1059, 126; 1060, 125; 1063, 117, 118, 125; 1066, 117; 1067, 126; 1068, 123, 126; 1071, 124; 1082, 116; 1085, 122; 1090, 128;

Book iv, 304 (329), 127; 376, 129; 378, 120; 450, 116; 458, 115; 460, 122; 509. 127; 548, 120; 571. 120; ,576, 119; 582, 124, 128; 712, 129; 789, 115; 802, 113; 867, 117; 1005, 115; 102.3, 127; 1034, 118; 1071, 113; 1080. 116; 1109, 120; 1129, 113; 1155-1169, 113; 1156, 114; 1162, 114; 1177, US; 1198, 119; 1282. 115;

Book V. 1, 125; 10, 121; 37, 127; 82, 115; 83, 125; 20.3, 119; 204, 120; 206, 126; 220, 122; 251. US; 256. 119. 121; 259, 115; 272, 119; 326, 114, 120, 128; 381, 121; 386. 128; 409, 12S; 727, 120; 737, 120, 12S; 746, 120; 782. 129; 821, 114; S39, 126; 864, 119; 936, 118; 939. 114; 951, 125; 962, 114; 963, 114; 979, 126; 1007, 112; 1034, 116; 1044, 126; 1057. 114; 10S4. 123; 1085. 125; 1108, 114; 1110, 127; 1113, 123, 124; 1114. 116; 1118, 122; 1119, 121; 1127, 121, 122; 1144. 114; 1151, 114; 1204. 125; 1213, 117; 1218, 125; 1230, 127; 1276, 115; 128.3, 114; 1429, 113; 1454. 1 25 ;

Book vi. 17, 114, 125; 25. 125; 27. 116; 50. 115; 5S, 115; 111. 120; 129. 115; 152, 115; 202, 128; 247, 121; 259, 120; 400,

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121; 421, 122; 429, 122; 608, 126; 1114, 119; 1143, 120; 1149, 129; 1187, 117; 1222, 118;

Avo-aWaff Me]Xt[T«Jt], priest of Asklepios, 149, 169.

AvfflBeos TpiKopi^ioSj priest of Asklepios, 145.

Ljsanias, archon, date of, 140.

Lysiades, archon, date of, 140.

Lysias, archon, date of, 159.

Melanippides of Melos, 10.

Merrill, W. A., On the Influence of Lucretius on Horace, 111-129.

Mesogcia, importance of in 3rd century, B.C., 160.

Mesogeia, Koti^i' rtop MetyoyelutPj 161, 162.

Mirari (mirum), in apodosis, 86-87.

Mixture in language, 106.

Nine-syllable Alcaic (Horace), 184.

Nutting, H. C, Studies in the Si- Clause, 35-94.

Official order, break in, 142.

Olbios, archon, date of, 161.

^Opfrwp MeXtTflJf, priest of Ask- lepios, 146.

ndrouirof, priest of Asklepios, 145.

Peiraieus, decline of, 157.

Phaidrias, archon, date, 167.

Phaidros of Sphettos, politics of, 150.

Philippos, archon, date of, 150.

^iXoxdpris 'OaOcPj priest of As- klepios, 146.

Philoxenus of (^ythera, 10.

Phonetics, 98.

Pindar, digammated words in, 4.

Pindar, diphthongs and long vowels in hiatus, 15.

Pindar, hiatus in, 1.

Plautus. Amphitruo, v. 21, 44; 134, 245 (note 82); 135, 245 (note 82); 313, 94 (note 52); 336, 58; 391-92, 93; 450, 42, 71, 72 (note 27); 88, 480, 213; 498, 210; 556-57, 252; 612-13, 256; 621, 78 (note 33); 675, 50 (note 2); 701, 92 (note, 94); 703, 51, 83; 704, 223 (note 37); 705, 84 (note 40); 819, 234; 825-26, 251; 849, 93 (note 50); 858-59, 250; 880- 81, 78, 80; 891-92, 57; 908, ,37; 947-48, 61, 62; 977, 44; 980-81, 210; 1048, 40, 88; 1051, 41; 1063-64, 236; 1070, 213; 1107- 9, 223; 1132-33, 258;

Asinaria, v. 16-17, 245 (note 83), 284 (note 88); 81, 233 (note 52); 111-13, 244; 112, 243, 245 (note 83); 120-21, 84 (note 40) ; 153, 41 (note 4) ; 212, 213 (note 13); 164, 55; 193, 93; 210-13, 223 (note 35) ; 237, 41 (note 4) ; 241-42, 83; 248, 234, 318, 40, 66; 360- 61, 250; 386, 243; 387, 245 (note 82); 403, 36; 405, 40, 88; 413, 40; 414-15, 47, 71, 72, 88; 424-26, 223 (note 35); 434, 245 (note 82); 470, 229; 528-29, 77; 536-38, 92; 564-65, 257, 258; 574-75, 257, 258; 589-90, 52; 603, 38; 699, 59, 60; 720, 94; 737-38, 247; 744, 86 (note 43); 763, 240, 241 (note) ; 781-82, 223 (note 35) ; 785, 245 (note 83); 878, 55; 894, 41 (note 4) ; 920-21, 219 (note 27); 933, 38, 66;

Aulularia, v. 12, 233 (note 58) ; 16-17, 233; 21-22, 218, 233 (note 58); 30, 233 (note 58); 70, 209; 75, 222 (note 34); 77-78, 224; 98, 40; 100, 41, 47; 114-15, 223 (note 35); 162, 220; 172-73, 220; 195, 236 (note 65); 209, 80; 226- 27, 221 ; 228, 50 (note 2) ; 247, 85 (note 42); 254, 38; 276, 222 (note 34); 289, 245 (note 82); 294-95, 251; 311, 41 (note 4), 61, 60; 320, 50 (note 2); 368, 236 (note 65); 380- 81, 83 (note); 421, 43; 489- 90, 226; 498-99, 224; 523-24, 51; 532-33, 253; .5.34-35, 221; .55.5, 40, 69; 557, 55; 610-11, 250; 617, 250 (note 93); 620- 21, 78 (note 33); 649-50, 223; 709, 250 (note 93); 733-34, 244, 245 (note 83), 248 (note 88); 763, 250 (note 93); 768, 44; 776, 93 (note 50); 809, 250 (note 93) ; 821, 250 (note 93) ; Frag. 3. 209 (note 5) ;

Bacchides, v. 35, 92 (note), 94 (also note 51); 41, 236 (note 65); 128, 40, 47, 66, 70; 172- 7.3, 247; 179. 38, 68 (note 23) ; 209-210, 256; 230, 212, 213 (note 13); 2,3.5-36, 251; 237- 38, 247; 279-80, 211, 224 (note 39); .364, 39; 36.5, 3S; 395, 236 (note 65); 406-7, 243, 245

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Index.

(note 83), 248 (note 88); 426, 84 (note 39) ; 440-41, 82; 447-48, 85; 479-80, 56; 529, 80; 563, 64; 590, 212, 213 (note 13); 635, 51; 678, H6 (note 43); 697, 40, 47, 69; 698, 86; 731-32, 91; 777, 245 (notP 83); 785, 257 (note); 818-19, 61, 62; 842-43, 246; 879-80. 246; 880, 245 (note 82); 882, 212; 885, 40; 887, 38; 901, 243 (note 78); 913, 84; 934, 212, 213 (note 13); 941-42, 225; 973-74, 257, 258; 982-83, 257; 1004, 42, 47, 71, 88; 1101-11, 212; 1013, 38; 1022, 227; 1026, 212; 1045, 40, 66; 1102, 40; 1151, 79; 1160, 43; 1172, 60 (note 12); 1184-85. 93, 256; 1191, 43; 1193, 38, 50 (note 2);

Boeotia, Frag. 1, v. 4-5, 226;

(.-aefus, Frag. 4, 256.

C^aptivi, V. 12, 37; 27-28, 52, 77, 80 (note); 82-83, 219; 98-99, 224; 100-01, 76; 112-13, 252; 116, 84; 140, 244; 141, 245 (note 82); 150, 226; 159-60. 230; 169; 208; 179-SO, 230; 202, 82; 206, 58; 221, 82; 223, 38; 259-60, .59; 321, 44; 417- 18, 73 (note); 421-22. 240; 529, 41 (note 4) ; 531-32, 236; 543, 43; .599, 91, 92 (note), 94; 609-10, 222; 612, 90; 613, 92 (note); 618, 80; 632, 2,36 (note 65); 665-66. 229 (nlHo note 50); 672-7.3, 2.58; 683-84, 38, 88; 711-12, 52, 251; 742, 38; 744, 43; 842, 43; 850, 59; 854, 44; 873-75, 207, 245 (note 82); 906, 59; 996, 86; 1034. 223 (note 37);

Casina, v. 93, 40; 255, 225 (note 44); 262-64. 226; 269, 93, 94; 279-80, 243 (noto 80) ; 298. 38; .309. 225 (note 44); 314. 38, 66; 324, 41 (noto 4); .335. 61; 34.5, 94 (note 52); .357- 58, 89, 90; 440-41, 61. 62; 521-22. 25H; 528-29. 57. 60; 540, 75; 542, 75; 591, SO; 668, 86; 721. 82; 742-43. S(); 767 68, 211, 218; 795, 4(>; 806. 45 (note), 78 (note .33), 89; 811. 65 (noto); 957. 43. 46 (noto 12), 47: 092-9.3, 235. 236; 1006, 223 (note 37).

fHstellaria, v. 3, 40, 52; 27, 37, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71; 33, 84; 67, 38; 98-99, 243 (note 80) ; 123- 24, 238; L52, 38. 73; 158-59, 207; 177-78, 252; 183-84, 76; 184, 76, 245 (note 83); 308, 53; 321, 90, 91; 513-15, 223 (note 35); 523-33, 228 (note 48); 544, 243 (note 78); 547, 243, 245 (note 83); 552-53, 238; 586, 245 (note 82); 600, 242 (also note 76); 601, 245 (note 82); 602-03, 256; 609- 10, 244; 651-52, 79; 682, 81 (note) ; 683, 51 (note 4) ; 734, 86 (note 45); 772, 245 (note 83);

Cumilio, V. 3, 42; 78, 233 (note 59); 142, 85 (note 42); 145, 90; 186, 60; 211, 40; 226, .52, 56; 229, 255 (note 106); 246- 47, 54; 259, 44; 265, 86, 87 (note 46); 268-69, 53; 299, 59; 303, 89, 90; .321, 86; 345- 46, 252; 347, 245 (note 82); 351, 89; 382, 210; 420-21, 238; 429-31, 237; 430, 245 (note 82); 439-40, 212; 449, 42, 72, 73; 490-91, 240; 504, 44; 630. 246; 648-49, 219; 668, 241; 701, 79; 709, 241;

Kpiilicns. V. 141-42, 225; 1.^)8,

220 (note 58); 202-03. 237; 210-211, 257; 2.36.37, 257; 243-44, 250 (note 94); 256, 225 (note 44); 267-69, 2.52; 279-80. 245 (note 83), 246; 313. 210; .341, 220 (note 28); 389-91, 237 (note 67), 245 (note 82), 247; 401. 245 (note 82); 427-28, 255, 256; 451-.52, 86 (n(te 43); 480-81, 243 (noto 80) ; 482, 245 (note 82) ; 486-87. 250; 488-89. 250 (note 94) ; 501-02. 2.58; 518. 4'), 256; 522-2,3. 258; 543, 90; .559-60, 214 (noto 15); 583. 245 (note 82); 597-98, 247; .599, 38. 93 (noto ,50); 610, 42, 71, 72, 73, 88; 6.39-40, 231; 641-42, 257; 674, 82; 700-07, 210 (note 8); Frivolaria, Frag. 8, 209 (note 6).

Monaochnii. v. 18. 213; 26. 213;

40. 213; 68. 213; 69, 213; 92. 44; 103. 82; 142, 80; 192, 256 (i-oto 109); 195. C)'} (noto); 2.32, 213; 2.38, 40. 73; 289-90. 225; 384-85, 252; 400, 2.56

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(note 109); 402, 211; 417-18, 79; 420, 245 (note 83); 447, 256 (note 109), 480, 243, 245 (note 83); 487, 211, 222; 518, 245 (note 83), 256 (note 109) ; 566, 80; 576, 85 (note 42); 613, 256 (note 109); 670, 38; 740, 245 (note 83); 746, 35, 38; 751, 40, 47; 760, 59; 780, 256 (note 109) ; 844, 94 (also note 51); 862-63, 220; 959, 256 (note 109); 1048-49, 79; 1060, 42, 89; 1082, 213; 1088- 90, 231 (note 53); 1102-03, 213; 1120, 213; 1125, 213; 1132-33, 240 (note 73);

-Mercator, v. 93-94, 258; 100-01, 255 (note 165); 124-25, 223 (note 35); 155-56, 80; 206, 226; '262-63, 230; 298-99, 85; 419, 91, 92 (note); 430, 57; 445, 85; 497, 59; 517, 55; 564, 94 (note 52); 578, 94 (note 52); 579-80, 255, 256; 595, 42, 72; 622, 78; 636, 38; 650-51, 60; 692-93, 59; 694, 42, 73; 744, 85 (note 42); 817-18. 219; 819, 38; 838, 40; 841, 66, 67, 68, 71; 852-54, 223 (note 35); 864, 255 (note 106); 890, 92; 907-08, 93; 941, 78 (note 33); 964, 237;

-Miles aioriosus, v. 9-10, 211; 52- 53, 64, 66 (note); 56-57, 211; 73-74, 254; 75, 235; 88, 211; 111-12, 251; 131-32, 52, 65 (note), 250; 156-57, 254; 160, 254 (note 102); 188, 40; 203- 05, 223; 226, 225 (note 44); 238, 213; 242-43, 250; 288-89, 255 ; 293, 61 ; 298, 38 ; 306, 38 ; 3S3, 213; 391, 213; 407, 43; 441-42, 213 (note 14); 450-52, 232; 473-74, 214; 475-76, 61, 62; 502-03, 211 ; 508, 222, 225; 528-29, 254; 532, 43; 542-43, 245 (note 82), 247; 551-52, 231; 563-64, 245 (note 83), 246; 571, 60, 61, 66 (note); 607-08, 251; 631, 37, 38; 635, 245 (note 83); 642, 220; 673, 82; 685-86, 58; 687-88, 225, 228; 701-702, 250; 717, 213; 738-39, 243 (note 80); 744, 44; 747, 38; 763-64. 53, 240; 799, 245 (note 83) ; 803-04, 40, 73; 947, 84; 951-52, 254; 974- 75, 213; 979, 227, 228; 1111-

12, 65 (note); 1125-26, 227; 1158, 78, 80; 1200, 227; 1207- 08, 78; 1209, 46; 1218, 223 (note 37) ; 1233, 209 (note 7) ; 1262, 64; 1263, 59; 1287-88, 225; 1292-94, 254; 1345-46, 255; 1356-57, 62; 1391-92, 254, 255; 1417, 94 (note 52) ; 1429, 86 (note 43) ;

-Mostellaria, v. 42, 37 ; 56-57, 60 ; 115-40; 198-99, 253; 229, 42, 89; 241-42, 42, 73; 351, 41, 42, 56; 361, 210; 393, 89; 420- 21, 235, 236; 462, 56; 501-04, 227 (note); 532-33, 257; 580, 93, 94; 607-08, 256; 609, 43 (note); 610, 43 (note); 618, 253 (note 100); 637, 242; 638, 245 (note); 666, 43 (note); 670, 242; 752, 235; 760-61, 255; 775-77, 236, 257, 258; 827-38, 78; 854, 43; 912, 40; 913, 210; 914, 38; 931, 221; 983, 226; 997, 242; 998, 245 (note 82); 1087-88, 244 (note 82), 258, 245; 1093, 94 (note 52); 1167, 46;

-Pcrsa, V. 39, 244; 40, 42, 66; 43, 234; 44, 78 (note 33); 99-100, 222; 105-06, 220, 227; 110-11, 220 (note 29); 114-15, 254; 117-18, 234; 157-58, 219; 272, 43; 282, 42; 362, 44; 438, 212 (note 12); 449-50, 82; 474- 75, 223; 512, 233 (note 57); 526, 212 (note 12); 543-44, 252; 571-73, 223 (note 35); 594-95. 62, 63, 64; 601, 43; 611, 80; 612-13, 92; 655, 43; 724, 90; 825, 80;

-Poenulus, v. 12, 75; 51, 38; 59, 208; 83-84, 208; 89-90, 226; 163, 244; 164. 245 (note 82); 165-66, 212; 191-92, 245 (note 82), 246; 207-08, 80; 212-13, 83; 226-27, 2.36 (note 65); 265-66, 253; 330, 89; 342, 44; 351, 56; 374, 38; 406-07, 238 (note 68); 418-20, 223 (note 35); 449-50, 230 (note), 254; 472-75, 209; 499-500, 258; 516-17, 54, 74; 550. 58, 63; 582, 258; 615-16. 220, 227, 635-36, 82, S3; 670, 212; 699- 700, 233 (note 59): 705, 210; 707, 89, 90; 713-14, 212, 213 (note 13); 721-22, 92; 728, 90; 729, 60; 732, 212; 769-70,

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250; 793, 210; 812-13, 82, 83; 864, 56; 896, 239 (note 70); 898, 258 (note 113) ; 906, 240; 921, 59; 958, 226; 963, 208; 964, 240; 988-89, 237; 997, 208; 1047-48, 80, 226; 1052, 227; 1063-64, 79 (note 35); 1080, 222; 1084, 43, 46 (note 12); 1085, 60; 1102, 240; 1104-05, 238; 1124, 208; 1147- 48, 254; 1162-63, 89; 1192, 84; 1201, 44; 1249, 89, 92 (note); 1251-52, 51; 1259-61, 223 (note 35), 240; 1346, 239 (note 70) ; 1375, 245 (note 82); 1377, 208; 1387, 246; 1391-92, 77;

-Pseudolus, V. 27-28, 218; 51, 208; 58-60, 253; 85-86, 234; 87, 42; 112-13, 243 (note 80); 244, 44; 264, 42; 285, 62; 286, 92 (note), 94; 290, 35, 38; 291, 66; 294-95, 234 (note); 346, 208; 430-31, 219 (note 26); 433, 86, 87 (note 46) ; 460-61, 229; 471, 44; 482-83, 245 (note 82), 248 (note 88); 499, 62 (note 14); 514, 94; 616, 208; 623-24. 253; 626, 45; 650, 245 (notes 82 and 84) ; 697-98, 21 1, 221 ; 724, 211; 732-33, 234; 740, 59, 91; 749, 86; 756-57, 219; 767-68, 254; 771-72, 258; 783, 239 (note 70); 792, 42, 73; 794, 241; 823-24, 207; 849-50, 245 (note 82), 248 (note 88); 897, 235; 960-62, 232; 974, 211; 976. 86; 997, 86; 998-99. 218; 1017-18, 256; 1033, 50 (note 2); 1040-41, 208; 1070, 51; 1090, 208; 1113, 43; 1148, 77; 1152, 208; 1162-63, 208, 209; 1241-42, 62;

-RudenH, v. 17-18, 254, 255 (note 104); 21, 255 (note 104); 39, 220; 71, 223 (note 37); 74-75, 219; 115-16, 220 (note 28); 125, 211; 128-29, 257; \58, 226; 159, 28, 72; 162-63, 219; 313,211; 316-20,211,251; 329, 79 (note 35); 332-33, 255; 369-70, 219; 372-73, 209, 224; 379, 65 (note); 421-22, 209 (note 6), 224; 472. 92 (note), 94 (note 52) ; 478, 211 (note) ; 516, 227; 535. 90; 552, 86 (note 44); 566, 55, 56. 63;

680, 86 (note 44) ; 685-86, 219 (note 27); 721, 94; 742-43, 245 (note 82), 247; 744, 51 (note 4); 810-11, 224; 890-91, 79, 80 (note); 1014, 38, 40, 89; 1020, 57; 1044, 43; 1065- 66, 230 (note), 254; 1075, 38; 1079, 243 (note 78); 1085-86, 92 (note) ; 1138-39, 92 (note) ; 1156-57, 211 (note); 1158-59, 211, 224; 1235-36, 237; 1274, 92 (note), 94 (note 52); 1311. 74 (note 52), 92 (note); 1350, 43; 1353, 35, 38, 39; 1361, 40; 1378-80, 253; 1392, 245 (note 83); 1400, 37, 45;

-StiehiiH, V. 27, 46; 41, 44; 43, 38, 66; 71, 227; 112, 50 (note 2); 151-52, 78 (note 33); 167- 69, 257, 258; 171-72, 59; 205, 44; 248, 235; 287, 40, 42 (note 7) ; 416, 244, 245 (note 83) ; 449-50, 220, 256 (note 110); 450 a, 221 (note 31) ; 451, 221 (note 31); 506-07, 257; 510- 11, 51; 512-13, 64, 65; 539-41, 257, 258; 552-53, 253; 563, 62; 739, 223 (note 37); 740-41, 79 (note 35);

-TrinuninuiH, v. 20-21, 250; 26-27, (iO; 45, 255 (note 106) ; 85, 38, 56; 98, 75; 109-110, 243 (note 80); 113, 220; 110-20, 78; 141, 245 (note 84); 148, 75; 152, 212; 194, 221; 347-48, 83 (note); 349, 82; 383, 43; 414- 15, 82, 84 (note 39); 435-36, 238; 465, 38; 474, 43; 485, 38; 487, 68 (note 23); 493-94, 228; 507, 38; 516-17, 80; 527, 43; 531-32, 76, 77; 538, 86 (note 43); 557-58, 59; 566, 62 ; 593, 43 ; 600. 43 ; 607, 38 ; 679, 44; 697, 233 (note 57); 748, 81; 750-51, 224 (note 41); 763, 81; 774-75, 257; 789-90, 222; 835, 621 (note 15); 844. 212 (note 13); 884, 40; 885, 69, 70; 921, 79; 950- 51, 252 (note); 954-55, 212, 213 (note 13); 958-59, 79, 212; 962, 40; 965-66, 212, 213 (note 13); 1051, 83, 234; 1053-54. 82, 84 (note 40) ; 1059-60. 92; 1081-82, 210; 10S5, 221; 1087-89, 235; 1101, 245 (note 82); 1123-24, 253; 1139, 213 (note 13); 1144,

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245 (note 82); 1147, 245 (note 83); 1158, 212; 1184, 36; 1185, 40, 67, 70; 1187, 86;

Truculentus, v. 6, 90 ; 66, 38 ; 72, 210; 83-85, 208 (note); 140, 62; 203, 208; 234, 85; 287-88, 211, 225; 293, 245 (note 82); 315, 42, 69, 70; 344-45, 224 (note 38) ; 346, 224 (note 38) ; 355, 244, 245 (note 83); 391- 92, 208; 405-06, 247; 461-62, 82; 527, 40, 69, 70; 591, 233 (note 57); 613, 38; 615, 38, 39; 661-62, 249; 692-93, 77 (note) ; 766, 91, 92 (note), 94 (note 51); 815, 43; 826-27, 246; 830, 52; 833, 38; 854, 38, 68 (note 23); 877, 38, 67;

Vidularia, v. 56-57, 78, 80 (note); 68, 77; 106, 44.

Polystratos, archon, date of, 157.

noXi/|eK>f 2oui't«Js, priest of As klepios, 146.

Posse (potis), in apodosis, 53.

Pratinas of Athens, 10.

Prescott, H. W., Some Phases of the Relation of Thought to Verse in Plautus, 205-262.

Present subjunctive, versus future indicative, 87.

Ptolemais, creation of, 158.

Ptolemais, given secretaryship ir- regularly, 143.

Pure conditional sentences, 50-66.

Quid si, 89.

Richardson, L. J., Horace's Alcaic Strophe, 175-204.

Sanskrit, 95.

Sappho, 2, 9.

Sappho, digamma in, 2.

Schlegel, Friedr., influence on lan- guage study, 95.

Science of language, 95.

Secretaries, Athenian, denies of, chronological list, 131.

Secretaries to the Treasurv-board of Athena, 145.

Serapis, priests of, 139.

Short quantities, at the outset of Horace 's eleven-syllable and nine-syllable Alcaic verses, 203.

Si (concessive), 37-42.

Si -clauses, loosely attached, 85-86.

Si object clauses, 75.

Simonides of C'eos, 9.

Sophronistai, abolished, 166.

Stesichorus of Himera, 10.

Subjunctive protasis, with indica- tive apodosis in Plautus, 50.

Tamen etsi, 46.

Tamensi, 46.

Tametsi, 44-45.

Teurlai KetpaXijeev^ priest of As- klepios, 146.

TcXco-fat 0Xu(e!Jj), priest of As- klepios, 146.

Telokles, archon, date of, 152.

Ten-syllable Alcaic (Horace), 189.

Terence, Adelphi, v. 46, 259 (note) ; 48, 239 (note 70); 52-53, 256 (note 110); 85, 257 (note); 229, 258 (note 114); 274-75, 239; 657-58, 255 (note 107); 716-17, 255 (note 108); 761, 42 (note 6); 891-92, 236; '

Andria, v. 35, 239 (note 70) ; 77, 258 (note 114); 80-81, 245; 639, 51; 667, 258 (note 114); 778-79, 256 (note 110);

Eunuchus, v. 88, 257 (note) ; 108-09, 238; 155-56, 239 (note 70) ; 332, 259 (note) ; 357, 224 (note 41); 524-25, 239; 532- 33, 235, 236; 857, 220 (note 30) ; 1032, 258 (note 114) ;

Heauton Timorumenos, v. 711-12, 247 (note 87).

Terence, Hecyra, v. 58, 258 (note 114); 85-86, 226 (note); 365- 66, 256 (note 110); 715, 51 (note 3);

Phormio, v. 312, 258 (note 114) ; 447, 51 (note 3); 638, 259 (note); 736-37, 51; 938, 221; 940, 221.

Terpander, 10.

Thersilochos, archon, date of, 155.

Oovy^mjs^ priest of Asklepios, 149, 169.

Timocreon, 34.

TifWKXijs Elreatos, priest of As- klepios, 149, 169.

Timotheus, 9.

Treasurers of Athena, secretaries of, 131.

Urios, archon, date of, 152.

Wheeler, B. I., The Whence and Wliither of the Modern Science of Language, 95-109.

Word analysis, 100.

Zeno, death of, 154.

Zeus Soter, duplication of cult, 156.

[ZwfXos] Xtifo/tJp<irou]0Xi;«J$, priest of Asklepios, 168.

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CONTENTS.

Number 1. Hiatus in Greek Melie Poetry, by Edward Bull Clapp. Pages

1-34.

Number 2. Studies in the Si-Clause. 1. Concessive Si-Clauses in Plautus.

II. Subjunctive Protasis and Indicative Apodosis in Plau- tus. By Herbert (-. Nutting. Pages 35-94.

Number 3. The Whence and- Whither of the Modern Science of Language,

by Benj. Ide Wheeler. Pages 95-109.

Number 4. On the Relation of Horace to Lucretius, by William A. Merrill.

Pages 111-129.

Number 5. The Priests of Asklepios, a New Method of Dating Athenian

Archons, by William Scott Ferguson. Pages 131-173.

Number 6. Horace's Alcaic Strophe, by Leon Josiah Richardson. Pages

175-201.

Number 7. Some Phases of the Relation of Thought to Verse in Plautus,

by Henry Washington Prescott. Pages 205-262.

Index.— Pages 263-270.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PUBLICATIONS CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY

Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-34 June 1, 1904

HIATUS IN GREEK MELIC POETRY

BY

EDWARD B. CLAPP

It is the prevailing usage of older Greek poetry to elide most short vowels, and to shorten most long vowels or diphthongs\ when they occur at the end of words and are followed immedi- ately, in the same verse, by words beginning with a vowel. The neglect to elide or to shorten, under such circumstances, consti- tutes hiatus. But in defining the scope of the present investiga- tion the term hiatus is loosely used to include all cases where, in the ordinary modern texts, a word ending with a vowel is fol- lowed in the same verse by a word beginning with a vowel, no matter what the explanation of the phenomenon may be.

Hiatus in Homer has been made the subject of exhaustive study by Knos,' Hartel,' and Grulich,* and the essential features of Homeric usage are well known to scholars. Hiatus in Pindar has been touched upon by Hermann * and Boeckh,* and the various editors, and Hartel' gives some statistics. The observa- tions of Tycho Mommsen in his Supplement* are still worth reading, but the fullest collections for Pindar are found in August Heimer^s Studia Pindarica,' which is specially valuable for its careful study of the digamma in Pindar.**^ Schone's De Dialecto Bacchylidea" is useful for Bacchylides, and the traces

I But only a, c and o, are elided with complete freedom, and on the other hand at i8 often elided, and Bometimes even ot. ^De Digamma Homerico 1, 35 ff. 3 Horn. Stud. 2 and 3. De Quodam Hiatus Genere, Halle 1876. sOpusc. 1, 247 ff. 0 In his edition 1, 2, 101 ff. 7 Horn. Stud. 3, 8 ff. » p. 165 ff. » Lund, 1884. lo The present inveHtigation is based on the much improved text of Schroeder, and independent of Heimer's, though the latter's results, wherever they cover the same ground as mine, have been compared, to insure completeness. In regard to the digamma, in particular, I have been able to add but little, besiiles a few new references, to what is offered by Heimer. >* Leipziger Studien 19, 181 ff.

University of Calif ornid Publications. [class, phil.

of the digamma in Alcman, Alcaeus, and Sappho, have been critically treated by Clemm/ and more recently by Solmseu/

In citing the odes and fragments of Pindar I have followed the numbering, and usually the text, of Schroeder. For Bac- chylides, including the fragments, I have usually followed the text of Kenyon, for the Melic Fragments that of Hiller- Crusius, and for Timotheus, that of Wilamowitz.

It should be noted, at the outset, that hiatus is far less fre- quent in Pindar and the other melic poets than in Homer. If we take as a basis of comparison the last six books of the Iliad, which are approximately equal in extent to the surviving odes and fragments of Pindar, we